Human antihemophilic factor

human antihemophilic factor hu·man antihemophilic factor (hyōō’mən)
A lyophilized concentrate of factor VIII, obtained from fresh normal human plasma and used as a hemostatic agent in hemophilia. Also called antihemophilic globulin.


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